How to use io_attr method in autotest

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1"""2Variable meant to contain a VariableTree of a particular type.3"""4#public symbols5__all__ = ["VarTree"]6from traits.api import Instance7from openmdao.main.variable import Variable, gui_excludes8class VarTree(Variable):9 """ A Variable for a :class:`VariableTree` of a particular type. """10 def __init__(self, default_value, allow_none=True, **metadata):11 from openmdao.main.vartree import VariableTree # Break import loop on VariableTree12 if isinstance(default_value, VariableTree):13 klass = default_value.__class__14 if 'iotype' in metadata:15 default_value._iotype = metadata['iotype']16 else:17 metadata['iotype'] = default_value.iotype18 else:19 raise TypeError('default_value must be an instance of VariableTree'20 ' or subclass')21 metadata.setdefault('copy', 'deep')22 self._allow_none = allow_none23 self.klass = klass24 self._instance = Instance(klass=klass, allow_none=False, factory=None,25 args=None, kw=None, **metadata)26 self._instance.default_value = default_value27 super(VarTree, self).__init__(default_value, **metadata)28 def validate(self, obj, name, value):29 """ Validates that a specified value is valid for this trait. """30 if value is None:31 if self._allow_none:32 return value33 self.validate_failed(obj, name, value)34 try:35 value = self._instance.validate(obj, name, value)36 except Exception:37 obj.raise_exception('%r must be an instance of %s.%s, not %r' %38 (name, self._instance.klass.__module__,39 self._instance.klass.__name__, type(value)),40 TypeError)41 return value42 def post_setattr(self, obj, name, value):43 """ VariableTrees must know their place within the hierarchy, so set44 their parent here. This keeps side effects out of validate(). """45 if value.parent is not obj:46 value.parent = obj47 = name48 value._iotype = self.iotype49 def get_attribute(self, name, value, trait, meta):50 """Return the attribute dictionary for this variable. This dict is51 used by the GUI to populate the edit UI. Slots also return an52 attribute dictionary for the slot pane.53 name: str54 Name of variable55 value: object56 The value of the variable57 trait: CTrait58 The variable's trait59 meta: dict60 Dictionary of metadata for this variable61 """62 io_attr = {}63 io_attr['name'] = name64 io_attr['type'] = trait.trait_type.klass.__name__65 io_attr['ttype'] = 'vartree'66 for field in meta:67 if field not in gui_excludes:68 io_attr[field] = meta[field]...

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1"""2Trait for a Slot meant to contain an object of a particular type3or having a particular interface (either a Traits interface or a4zope.interface).5"""6# The regular Instance class that comes with Traits will only check public7# methods on an object if that object is not a HasTraits object, which means8# we get essentially no error checking for things like Case iterators where9# their API doesn't include any public methods. If we use zope.interface we10# don't have this problem.11#public symbols12__all__ = ["Slot"]13# pylint: disable-msg=E0611,F040114from openmdao.main.variable import gui_excludes15from openmdao.main.datatypes.instance import Base16import warnings17class Slot(Base):18 """A trait for an object of a particular type or implementing a particular19 interface. Both Traits Interfaces and zope.interface.Interfaces are20 supported.21 """22 def __init__(self, klass=object, allow_none=True, factory=None,23 args=None, kw=None, **metadata):24 if 'iotype' in metadata:25 warnings.warn(FutureWarning( \26 "The use of 'iotype' as metadata for 'Slot' will no longer be supported.\nUse 'Instance' in place of 'Slot' if you need to use 'iotype'.\n"), stacklevel=2)27 super(Slot, self).__init__(klass, allow_none, factory, args, kw, **metadata)28 def get_attribute(self, name, value, trait, meta):29 """Return the attribute dictionary for this variable. This dict is30 used by the GUI to populate the edit UI. Slots also return an31 attribute dictionary for the slot pane.32 name: str33 Name of variable34 value: object35 The value of the variable36 trait: CTrait37 The variable's trait38 meta: dict39 Dictionary of metadata for this variable40 """41 io_attr = {}42 io_attr['name'] = name43 io_attr['type'] = trait.trait_type.klass.__name__44 io_attr['ttype'] = 'slot'45 slot_attr = {}46 slot_attr['name'] = name47 if value is None:48 slot_attr['filled'] = None49 elif value is []:50 slot_attr['filled'] = []51 else:52 slot_attr['filled'] = type(value).__name__53 slot_attr['klass'] = io_attr['type']54 slot_attr['containertype'] = 'singleton'55 for field in meta:56 if field not in gui_excludes:57 slot_attr[field] = meta[field]58 io_attr[field] = meta[field]...

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